Shakespeare e o drama satírico

Erick Ramalho

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Resumo: Ao proceder a uma breve recensão dos estudos que relacionaram o drama satírico grego às tragédias de Shakespeare, bem como a O conto de inverno, busco demonstrar que esses achados mostram-se também corretos no que diz respeito à comédia, ao menos conforme sequenciada em Sonho de uma noite de verão. Para tanto, examino a paródia e o burlesco na peça como indicativos de um modo literário inserido nessa comédia shakespeariana, e por ela veiculado, com raízes que podem ser encontradas no drama satírico grego não menos do que na perspectiva algo mesclada dos teóricos do início da modernidade (anteriores a Casaubon) acerca do satírico tanto como o gênero grego quanto como a sátira em latim, a ele não relacionada.

Palavras-Chave: Shakespeare; Drama satírico; Sonho de uma noite de verão.

Abstract: By proceeding with a brief review of studies that have related Greek satyr drama to Shakespeare’s tragedies, as well as to The Winter’s Tale, I aim to demonstrate that those findings also prove accurate as for comedy, at least as it is carried out in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. For doing so, I examine parody and burlesque in the play as being indicative of a literary mode set within and conveyed through this Shakespearean comedy with roots that can be traced back to Greek satyr drama no less than to early modern (prior to Casaubon) theoreticians’ somewhat mingled view of satiric both as the Greek genre and the non-related Latin satire.

Keywords: Shakespeare; Satyr-Play; A Midsummer Night’s Dream.


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Shakespeare; Drama satírico; Sonho de uma noite de verão; Satyr-Play; A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17851/2317-2096.19.4.109-123

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